Jennie Runevitch, WTHR.com

Jennie Runevitch

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Indianapolis, IN, United States

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Purdue runs out of housing for 2023 school year

Some students who did secure a room discovered they have to pay a lot more than they expected. → Read More

Monday marks 6 years since Flora house fire killed 4 young sisters

Keyana Davis, 11; Keyara Phillips, 9; Kerriele McDonald, 7; and Kionnie Welch, 5, died in the fire Nov. 21, 2016. → Read More

Anderson holds memorial services for Larry "The Can Man" VanNess

Larry VanNess collected nearly 27 million pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House before his death last month. → Read More

Bartholomew County sets record overdose deaths for third straight year

Nearly half who died from overdose were older than 45. And there's a clear connection, experts say, to COVID. The pandemic hit older adults especially hard. → Read More

Mother of missing baby Amiah Robertson, ex-boyfriend both in custody

Amiah Robertson disappeared in 2019 and has never been found. Her mother and the mother's ex-boyfriend are now facing formal charges. → Read More

'Shocked and disappointed' | Surveillance images released in Tippecanoe County school buses, playground vandalism

"We are shocked and disappointed by the damage done at two of our schools this weekend. The damage to our buses, playground and property is extensive," Scott said. → Read More

Colorful, not clinical: 'Bryce's Room' provides comfort for patients at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital

Bryce's Room - and a family's big love for their son - is Inspiring Indiana. → Read More

Indianapolis man recovering from monkeypox

The CDC reports as of July 29 there are 5,189 confirmed cases of monkeypox nationwide. At least 49 Hoosiers have been diagnosed. → Read More

Neighbors raise concerns about apartment proposal near contaminated property in Shelbyville

Back in 2006, soil testing revealed a serious danger at Tompkins Street and River Road. → Read More

Securing our schools: How Jay County is keeping kids safe

They Jay School Corporation has a three-pronged approach to maximizing safety in schools: prevention, hardening and arming. → Read More

Average gas price in Indiana could hit $4.79 this week

Drivers are paying $4.60 a gallon on average right now, the most expensive we've ever seen on a Memorial Day. → Read More

Security cameras capture Fortville neighborhood shootout

A man was shot in the face on Mother's Day, then went inside his home to get his own gun and shoot back. → Read More

'He's home' | Stolen charm holding son's ashes returned to Indianapolis mother

Kayla Goding put out a call for help last week when the charm holding her son Kayden's ashes was stolen while she worked on the west side of Indianapolis. → Read More

Indianapolis woman inspires young girls through tutus

Tanesha Triplett's tutus led to a mentoring program and a new project to give girls confidence and self-love. → Read More

95-year-old Hoosier Merchant Marine excited for Indy Honor Flight

In the two-plus years since Indy Honor Flight went up in the air, 11 veterans who were supposed to participate have died. → Read More

Families rethink budgets as gas prices continue climb

Eva Ellis drives 90 miles roundtrip for work each day, which is impacting her family's budget as gas prices skyrocket. → Read More

Home building is booming, especially in Hancock County

New home construction experienced its strongest year for permits in central Indiana since 2005. No area has been hotter for new homes than Hancock County. → Read More

How to spot fake vs. legit N95 and KN95 masks

The CDC warns 60% of KN95 masks on the market are fakes. → Read More

Mobile clinic helps football fans get tested, vaccinated before championship game

At least 100 people got either a test or vaccine Monday at the clinic in downtown Indianapolis. → Read More

Supply chain problems cause hospitals to run low on basic supplies

Don Barton, Major Hospital's director of supply chain management, said the hospital has had 10.3% increase in supply prices, on average. → Read More